Tuesday, August 12, 2014

Picture Play

My camera has a bunch of features I don't much use, because I forget how. Yesterday, I played with some of them.

I was trying to decide on two yarns from my stash to make my next KAL shawl with. I wanted good contrast, since the last one didn't have enough to suit me. I also kind of wanted to use stash yarn.

So I picked these two yarns.

The contrast looked pretty good, so I tried looking at it in black and white.

In black and white, I feel as though there is too much contrast and a dark blue might be a better choice. Of course, I don't have any dark blue in my stash.

Last night, the moon was suppose to look very large, so I went out to check it out. Sadly, our neighbourhood has so many large trees that the moon has to be a long way up in the sky before we can see it, so we missed the impact.

However, I took  few pictures at about 9:30 and this is what I got.

I played with these in my photo software, and I like how they came out. Is there a quilt in here somewhere?

We have a new foster cat, named Marley. He decided to get into a picture, but got photo shy at the last minute.
Sorry, you don't get to see his pretty face.

1 comment:

  1. No Marley face, but aren't those the promised baby bootees? Cute!